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Rolf Glass Etched Fly Fishing Beer Mug (Set of 4), 15 oz, Clear

$54.99


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We brew a wide range of beers, from Belgian styles to IPAs to barrel aged to various specialty styles. The key word to describe all Flying Fish beers is “balance.” The beers are full-flavored, yet highly drinkable. Flavors harmonize, not fight for individual attention. Hopping is generous, but to style. Seeing beer as equal to, if not superior to, wine, our beers are designed to complement food. Because of this effort, one can walk into any fine restaurant in distribution area and be pretty sure of finding a Flying Fish beer available. Flying Fish beers are eight-time medal winners at the Great American Beer Festival, the most of any New Jersey brewery.

The Holster Up! Fly Fishing Beer Holster is made from the same durable material used in backpacks and luggage. It features a white fly fishing logo on the front. On the back, a clip allows you to wear it without a belt, and there's a pocket to hold your ID, fishing license, cards and cash.

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Drink like a champion with one of Zazzle’s Fly Fishing beer steins. 22 oz. of joy wait for you to fill it up with the beer of your choice. Made from strong ceramic material, our Fly Fishing beer steins are dishwasher safe. Available in two base colors, white with metallic gold and grey with blue piping, you can find a number of amazing designs to help accentuate your new Fly Fishing beer stein. Grab a couple so you and your friends can enjoy a cold beverage on a warm day together, or celebrate your own personal Oktoberfest. Purchase a Zazzle Fly Fishing beer stein today!

I would have to agree. In fact, I will even go one step farther and say that fly fishing makes beer taste better. By far the best tasting beer I ever had was a cheap macrobrew consumed after my brother and I spent five days in the Bridger Wilderness Area of Wyoming chasing cutthroat trout. Or maybe the best-tasting beer was the one I shared with my Padre fishing buddies celebrating my first “tailing” redfish caught on the fly. Or maybe it was the beer my dad and I shared after a Father’s Day spent catching dozens of red-breasted sunfish. Or…well, you get the idea.